From time to time we do accept content from excellent writers who want to share their expertise with our audience. If you believe that you are qualified to write a post that would be interesting and relevant to SEO professionals, online marketers, content managers, or business owners, please read through these content guidelines.
Quality is everything for us, and we won’t accept any posts that fall short of these requirements.
The guest post process is as follows:
Those interested in contributing to our blog must first send a suggested topic (or a few) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Although we do respond to all inquires, not all entries will be considered. You’ll be notified about the next steps via email.
We accept entries that fall into the following categories:
If you are an SERPs.com customer, we can develop a Case Study with you. What we need from you is a real-world example of promoting a website—you should be able to provide us with some initial data, tell us about the work you’ve done to improve this website’s SEO, and finally share the achieved results. If you are interested in this content type.
Please don’t send us any content if we haven’t yet agreed on a certain topic. Such posts won’t be considered.
Once we agree on the topic of your post, we expect to receive a detailed outline with the main points you are planning to write about. This step is crucial as it allows us to stay on the same page, and make sure that your vision is perfectly in line with ours. At this point, we can share some feedback with you—that way we hope to minimise the number of edits later on.
When crafting your content piece, please bear the following guidelines in mind:
We DO NOT Accept:
Send your post as a Microsoft Word file to email@example.com. Make sure your file is open for editing. Please, include images in a separate folder (as archived files or upload them to a file-sharing site.) We’ll create a featured image for your post on our own.
Don’t expect to get an immediate response once you submit your article. Several people from the SERPs team will be reviewing your application to make sure it meets our quality standards, so it can take a while.
We may ask you to further edit your article. In this case, please respond to the comments our team left and highlight the edits you made. Please DON’T resolve comments—it makes it way harder for us to match the text edits with our feedback, thus the next round of review takes more time and your guest post publication date is postponed.
If your post meets our content guidelines and corresponds with our content marketing strategy, we will contact you and will let you know when the article is scheduled for publishing.